The William A. Calder Equinox Concert Series honors Professor William A. Calder's legacy as a professor, musician and citizen at Agnes Scott from 1947 to 1971. At the time of the Fall and Spring equinoxes (the September and March Open Houses), the gathering features a concert given by a visiting musical group or solo musician. Following the lecture or concert, guests are invited to stay for a planetarium show and (weather permitting) observations with Observatory telescopes, including the historic Beck Telescope. Planetarium shows typically include fun astronomy facts and a look at what is visible in the local sky that night. This concert features Brazilian jazz under the stars featuring Sander Pinheiro, Gary Motley, and Emrah Kotan.
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Friday, September 24 at 8:00pm to 10:00pm
Bradley Observatory & Delafield Planetarium, BA-Delafield Planetarium
141 East College Avenue, Decatur, GA 30030